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December 13, 1947


JAMA. 1947;135(15):990-991. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02890150034010

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Elsewhere in this issue appear the programs of the various meetings to be held in Cleveland, January 5 to 8 inclusive. The exceptional features scheduled for this meeting make it a high spot in the program for general practitioners which is now being elaborated by the various agencies of the American Medical Association. During the two days preceding the session in Cleveland, some of the official Councils and committees of the American Medical Association will be holding sessions —notably the Board of Trustees, the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals and the Council on Industrial Health.

The Scientific and Technical Exhibits will function during all four days of meetings. Clinics for detection of cancer will be operated by several of the Cleveland hospitals, but patients will be examined in the Scientific Exhibit instead of in the hospital. Physicians who attend the session will be given an opportunity to serve as

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